(A Combination of Sulphonated Hydrocarbons; a Fossil Product of Complex Structures found in Tyrol, Supposed to be Fish Deposits, Contains 10% Sulphur.)


Its effect on skin, mucous membranes, and kidneys is prompt and beneficial. It is strongly antiparasitic; reduces redness, pain, and inflammation; decreases tension. Excellent for winter coughs in the elderly. Polyarthritis. Chronic rheumatism. Uric acid diathesis. Hay fever. Chronic hives. Tuberculosis, aids nutrition. Bad effects of alcoholism, when nothing stays in the stomach.

Mind: Irritable and depressed. Forgetful, lack of concentration.

Head: Dull, aching; better cold, pressure. Dull frontal and supra-orbital headache; worse moving the eyes, cold air; better, warmth.

Eyes: Burn, red; worse, change of temperature.

Nose: Bland coryza; stuffed feeling; feels sore inside. Irresistible desire to sneeze.

Face: Skin feels dry and itches. Acne on the chin.

Throat: Irritated; pain radiates to the ears; sore, dry, with hawking and expectoration.

Stomach: Disagreeable taste, burning sensation, very thirsty. Nausea. Increased appetite.

Abdomen: Disposition to soft, shapeless stools. Griping in the umbilical and left hypogastric region. Early morning diarrhea.

Urinary: Increased in quantity and frequency. Burning pain in the meatus. Uric acid deposits.

Female: Fullness in the lower abdomen. Nausea at the time of menses.

Respiratory: Coryza: dry, teasing cough. Bronchiectasis and phthisis. Bronchitis, especially in the aged.

Extremities: Lameness in the right shoulder and right lower extremity. Skin: Heat and irritation; itching. Scaly and itching eczema. Crops of boils. Pruritus of pregnancy. Psoriasis, acne rosacea, erysipelas.

Relationship: Compare: Hep., Calc., Sil., Sulph., Ars., Petr.

Dose: Lower potencies.
Externally, it is used as an ointment, with lanoline 20 to 50 percent; for chronic eczema and psoriasis, also acne rosacea and gouty joints. Chilblains, scabies. Rectal suppositories for senile prostate.



Irritable and depressed
Forgetful, lacks concentration

Dull, aching; improves with cold and pressure
Dull frontal and supra-orbital headache; worsens with eye movement and cold air, improves with warmth

Burning and red; worsens with temperature changes

Bland coryza
Stuffed feeling, soreness inside
Irresistible urge to sneeze

Dry, itchy skin
Acne on the chin

Irritated with pain radiating to the ears
Sore, dry, with hawking and expectoration

Disagreeable taste, burning sensation
Very thirsty
Increased appetite

Soft, shapeless stools
Griping in the umbilical and left hypogastric region
Early morning diarrhea

Increased quantity and frequency
Burning pain in the meatus
Uric acid deposits

Fullness in the lower abdomen
Nausea during menses

Dry, teasing cough
Bronchiectasis and phthisis
Bronchitis, especially in the elderly

Lameness in the right shoulder and lower extremity

Heat and irritation, itching
Scaly eczema
Crops of boils
Pregnancy pruritus
Psoriasis, acne rosacea, erysipelas

selection of the potency

  1. Individualization:

    • Homeopathy is based on the principle of treating the individual, not just the disease. The unique symptoms and characteristics of the person are crucial in determining the most suitable potency.
  2. Intensity of Symptoms:

    • The intensity of the symptoms guides the choice of potency. If the symptoms are intense and acute, a lower potency (e.g., 6C, 30C) might be considered. For chronic conditions with less intensity, higher potencies (e.g., 200C, 1M) may be appropriate.
  3. Sensitivity of the Patient:

    • Some individuals are more sensitive to homeopathic remedies, while others may require higher potencies. The practitioner considers the patient’s sensitivity when selecting the potency.
  4. Acute vs. Chronic Conditions:

    • Lower potencies are often used for acute conditions, while higher potencies may be considered for chronic or long-standing issues.
  5. Previous Response to Potencies:

    • The patient’s response to previous homeopathic treatments helps guide the choice of potency. If a particular potency has been effective in the past, it may be repeated or adjusted as needed.
  6. Vital Force and Susceptibility:

    • Homeopathy views illness as a disturbance in the vital force. The practitioner assesses the patient’s overall vitality and susceptibility to determine the appropriate potency.
  7. Aggravation or Amelioration:

    • The direction of the symptom response (aggravation or amelioration) after taking a remedy can influence the choice of potency.
  8. Miasmatic Considerations:

    • In classical homeopathy, the concept of miasms (inherited disease tendencies) is considered. The practitioner take this into account when selecting the potency.
  9. Practitioner Experience:

    • The experience and preference of the homeopathic practitioner play a role. Some practitioners may have success with certain potencies based on their clinical experience.


  • Do not exceed the recommended dose by physician
  • Keep out of the reach of children
  • Store in a cool dry place away from direct sunlight
  • Maintain half an hour gap between food/drink/any other medicines and homoeopathic medicine
  • Avoid any strong smell in the mouth while taking medicine e.g. camphor, garlic, onion, coffee, hing

Medicine images use for reference only selection of homeopathic medicine depends on the individual’s specific symptoms and overall constitution. Moreover, homeopathy is a holistic system of medicine that treats the individual as a whole. In addition to addressing the physical symptoms, it takes into account the emotional and mental state of the person. Consequently, it’s crucial to consult with a qualified homeopathic practitioner for personalized treatment.
The information provided on this website is intended solely for educational purposes.  Always seek the advice of your physician or other qualified health provider.

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